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Superbike Magazine  |  January 2012  


First Ride: 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1 When Yamaha launched the new 2012 R1 at a sunny Valencia circuit, we were on it when they handed out the keys. The headline news was about the addition of adjustable traction control. And? And does it work? What else is new on the 2012 R1?
First Ride: 2012 BMW S1000RR
A week after the R1 we were back at Valencia for the launch of the 2012 BMW S1000RR. Same power, but chassis and electronic tweaks. Will the improved BMW still the others how a litre sportsbike should be made?
First launches: What? There’s more? Yes, we were more than happy to jump on the new 2012 Kawasaki ER6N and the new new, new, completely new (apart from the BMW engine) Husqvarna Nuda and, er, assess them like the professionals we are.
Feature: The Fast Picture show. We’ve all got footage of ourselves and our mates ‘larking’ about (or just riding) our bikes. Here’s how to make a video of them. With tips from the director of ‘Fastest,’ the new MotoGP film.
Feature: Ducati 998, 999 and 1098. You want one of these bikes? Do you want to know all you could possibly wish to know about Ducati’s superbikes? Here’s the lowdown. We spoke to owners, dealers and fixers for the skinny.
Long Term Test Bikes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR our long term test bikes abused and rated. The BMW seems to have lost some power, the R1 still sounds like a beast with its Yoshimura cans and a sabotaged horn and the ZX-10R? It’s still green and likes Michelin tyres.
And there’s more, much more.
Superbike is an irreverent, humorous, and massively informative magazine for all kinds of bikers. The staff have decades of testing and riding experience and are still passionate about bikes. Biking is – or should be- great fun as well as a huge thrill. Superbike is the best source of definitive bike tests as well as features on riding, technology and maintenance, combined with the latest product developments and behind-the-scenes race information.
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   LIKE LIKE !! Reviewed Sunday, 25 November 2012
This does exactly what it needs to, adds just that little bit extra over the printed copy.
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Not the greatest navigation (could be my fingers on this screen) but an absolutely epic mag!
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Excellent mag, still one of the best need more sales!!
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excellent, I bought it every month when lived in the UK but now I get it online as I live and work oversees. Thats one thing less to miss about home.
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Superbike Magazine   |   January 2012   


First Ride: 2012 Yamaha YZF-R1 When Yamaha launched the new 2012 R1 at a sunny Valencia circuit, we were on it when they handed out the keys. The headline news was about the addition of adjustable traction control. And? And does it work? What else is new on the 2012 R1?
First Ride: 2012 BMW S1000RR
A week after the R1 we were back at Valencia for the launch of the 2012 BMW S1000RR. Same power, but chassis and electronic tweaks. Will the improved BMW still the others how a litre sportsbike should be made?
First launches: What? There’s more? Yes, we were more than happy to jump on the new 2012 Kawasaki ER6N and the new new, new, completely new (apart from the BMW engine) Husqvarna Nuda and, er, assess them like the professionals we are.
Feature: The Fast Picture show. We’ve all got footage of ourselves and our mates ‘larking’ about (or just riding) our bikes. Here’s how to make a video of them. With tips from the director of ‘Fastest,’ the new MotoGP film.
Feature: Ducati 998, 999 and 1098. You want one of these bikes? Do you want to know all you could possibly wish to know about Ducati’s superbikes? Here’s the lowdown. We spoke to owners, dealers and fixers for the skinny.
Long Term Test Bikes: 2011 Yamaha YZF-R1, 2011 Kawasaki ZX-10R, 2011 BMW S1000RR our long term test bikes abused and rated. The BMW seems to have lost some power, the R1 still sounds like a beast with its Yoshimura cans and a sabotaged horn and the ZX-10R? It’s still green and likes Michelin tyres.
And there’s more, much more.
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